Tour Terms & Conditions
In the interest of everyone's safety and enjoyment, it is necessary for some terms and conditions to be agreed upon prior to the booking and departure.
Bike & Clothing
A current full motorcycle licence,road tax and insurance will be required. Your motorcycle must be in roadworthy condition - tyres, chain, lights, indicators and oil level will all be inspected prior to departure. You must wear proper protective motorcycle clothing. This includes helmet (no dents or cracks), visor (that you are able to see through!), jacket, trousers, gloves and boots. If your bike or clothing is not adequate you will not travel and no refund will be given. These requirements will reduce the likelihood of a breakdown and may prevent an accident - events which would result in spoiling the tour for you and the rest of the group.
Dangerous riding and inappropriate speeding will not be tolerated. You are responsibe for your actions. I will not be held accountable for any accident or incident that may occur during the tour. This includes being stopped by the police!
Payment in full is required at the time of booking and is non-refundable. All bookings must be booked and pre-paid a minimum of 4 weeks in advance. Your name, registration number and make/model of your bike will be required in order to book the sea-cat. Ferry schedules may be disrupted due to adverse weather conditions or mechanical failures. If in the unlikely event that the ferry is cancelled, later sailings will be taken. A full refund will be given if the entire tour is cancelled. Easy Rider Training accepts no responsibility for any inconvenience caused by Irish Ferries or Stena Line.
Two hours prior sailing you will receive a text message to (a) ensure ferry is on schedule, (b) as an alarm call. You MUST be at the meeting point at Dublin Port at the scheduled time - otherwise you will be left behind.
Food and fuel are not included. You must bring sufficient cash/credit card to pay for your petrol and meals. Breakdown cover is not included - I suggest that you take out your own AA Rescue Plus cover before travelling.